Cora Weaver lives in the shadow of the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire. Educated at St. Albans, Portsmouth and Oxford she holds a Master's degree in English Local History. She is internationally renowned as a specialist in a variety of subjects including: spas and health resorts, springs and wells, the life of Edward Elgar, Florence Nightingale, the historic water cure and aspects of Malvern's history.
Her professional services include research, publishing, broadcasting, and lecturing.
She is well-known for her historical re-enactments :
1) the utilisation of water for health
2) Florence Nightingale and the Crimean War
3) Victorian schoolroom
4) Evacuation of children in the Second World War
Cora is a Fellow of the Spas Research Fellowship, Chairman of Malvern Museum, Chairman of the Worcestershire Local History Forum and is active with many organisations
BOOKS - Florence Nightingale and the Malvern Water Cure by Cora Weaver
Nightingale (1820-1910) is best remembered for her work in the Crimean War
hospitals, nursing sick and wounded soldiers. By the time she returned to
England in 1856, a combination of the dreadful conditions at the Barrack
Hospital at Scutari, and a severe illness that she had contracted in the
Crimea, resulted in the complete breakdown of her mental and physical health.
she visited the spa of Great Malvern to recover, and in Florence Nightingale and
the Malvern Water Cure, Cora examines
Florence's illness and how she tried to resolve it. The book also reveals many
previously unpublished facts about Florence's life in Malvern.
and the Malvern Water Cure,
by Cora Weaver (2016), A5, 28 pages, 14 illustrations. Send a cheque for £4.49
(includes p&p) payable to Cora Weaver, with your name and address, to Cora
at: 4 Hall Green Malvern Worcs WR14 3QX.
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